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rachel drove 260 miles using 12 gallons of gas. at this rate, how many gallons of gas would she need to drive 286 miles?

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    260 / 12 = 21.67 mpg

    286 / 21.67 = 13.2 gallons

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    110 miles on 6 gallons of gas

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    i dont know that answer

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